A Don McCormack column: Shot in the dark...
There’s nothing like a good mystery to pave the way toward a terrific story, topped perhaps only by coming up with a solution.
A Don McCormack column: PV could outsmart its foes, too
Paying a Monday morning visit to the variety store...
Not only were the Pymatuning Valley Lakers fantastic on the hardwood this winter, but turns out, coach Jeff Compan’s squad was pretty darn terrific in the classroom, too.
Twins hang 10-spot on Masterson & Co.
In a game which featured both team’s No. 1 starters, offense ruled the day at Progressive Field.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: A bit of turkey history
Long before European settlers arrived in the Americas, Native Americans enjoyed abundant populations of wild turkeys, and hunted the birds for food.
Amboy splits finale
The Amboy Rifle Club put a bow on its 2014 season by splitting a match at Corry, Pa.
The locals fell in the actual, 1,949-1,899, but prevailed in the handicap, 50-38.
Better late than...
Call it fate or destiny or just plain good fortune. However you label it, Geneva senior Chelsea Scafuro will spend her college years exactly where she was meant to be, even if it took her a bit longer to figure out what she wanted.
Canfield 3, Edgewood 1
at Cene Park
Twins thump Carrasco, Tribe
Carlos Carrasco got off to a rough start, and the Tribe batters collected just 3 hits through the initial 8 innings Saturday afternoon. Not exactly a formula for success, as the visiting Minnesota Twins led from wire to wire in a 7-3 win.
Composite High School Spring Sports Schedule:
Friday, April 4
n Riverside at Lakeside (4:30)
n Conneaut at Jefferson (4:30)
n St. John at Mentor Christian (4:30)
n Geneva at University (4:30, DH)
n Edgewood at Grand Valley (4:30)
n North at Madison (4:30)
n Berkshire at Perry (5)
As point guards, Geena Gabriel and Lindsey Mayle were charged with the difficult tasks of leading their respective teams this winter.
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